Great resource available for the Alumni community: edX
RIT Croatia Alumni, have you heard about edX? RIT is a contributing member in this nonprofit online learning platform that promotes innovative learning. It was founded by Harvard and MIT in 2012 and already counts some of the nation’s top universities, such as Cornell, University of Texas, Georgetown, Caltech, Columbia and University of California, Berkeley, among its partners. You can learn more about RIT's engagement and its offering HERE.
We are using this opportunity to announce that RIT lanuched professional certificate program in 'Soft Skills' with edX. All learning programs, including this one are freely accessible to all learners and the offerings in this program may be audited for free. For a fee (payable by each individual), the program also allows you to earn a verified Soft Skills Professional Certificate upon successful completion of all the offerings.
With the certificate, you can showcase your newly earned skills that employers value. If you are not interested in earning a certificate but just acquiring the knowledge, all resources are free of charge. Enrollment is now open for the six offerings in the Soft Skills Professional Certificate program and the first offering begins Nov.28.
For more details visit the link: http://www.rit.edu/news/story.php?id=63408&source=enewsletter
Quality and excellence have always been embedded in RIT Croatia's DNA. As a global campus of RIT, we are committed to deliver exceptional studying and learning experiences for our students, we well as working experience for our employees.
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